Kinda Chipper

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Renegade Economists Show 443 As broadcast on the 3CR airwaves 5.30 – 6pm Wednesdays. Subscribe to the free weekly podcast. Show Notes Senator Scott Ludlam (Australian Greens) discusses the Greens housing policy reforms amidst the new attitude towards reforming capital gain and negative gearing. Karl continues with the week’s news roundups – how much media are we getting? Related Links … Read More

How to Value a House

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How to Value a Home: Karl on why renters are shunted and the latest on derivatives by Renegadeeconomists on Mixcloud Renegade Economists podcast 358 As broadcast on 3CR, Wed 17th September, 2014. Subscribe to the world’s only weekly podcast on our earth rights. How to Value a House show notes 336 Burnley St, Richmond. High profile, high profits, $900K in … Read More

New Aussie Mortgage Debt record

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New Aussie Mortgage Debt record – but why? Dont crowd out the investors!! by Renegadeeconomists on Mixcloud Renegade Economists show 357 New Aussie Mortgage Debt record – but why? Philip Soos & Prosper Australia Policy Director David Collyer discuss their Senate Housing Affordability Inquiry presentation amidst the fast moving economic environment. Listen to some easy reforms our leaders could be … Read More

Negative Gearing 92% Ineffective

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Negative Gearing 92% Ineffective from Real Estate 4 Ransom on Vimeo. Renegade Economists Podcast 257 As broadcast on 3CR, Wed Oct 3rd. The Name of the Game: Philip Soos answers questions from the floor at the Negative Gearing report release. Karl talks about economics as if location matters. Listen here From Philip’s report: In 1993-94 there were 980,471 investors, with … Read More

Housing Investors Crowd Out Community

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photo credit: fMoya With auction numbers at record levels, it seems that the pursuit of the greater fool is well underway. Melbourne’s May auction levels were the highest on record and this coming weekend could see almost double the June average of properties up for sale. Yesterday’s ABS figures on housing lending shows how genuine home buyers are being increasingly … Read More